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ACC Recruiting Twitter Compilation, Nov. 26

Tuesday, November 26, 2013 4:08pm
By: ACCSports.com Staff

We've collected today's top ACC-related recruiting tweets from Twitter. They're listed below and divided up by school.


Interesting stuff on Malone. He’s signed financial aid papers with four schools - Clemson, FSU, Georgia and Tennessee - meaning they can have unlimited contact with him until he attends classes. FSU appears to have faded to fourth in this picture. The Tigers’ toughest competition is likely to come from Malone’s home-state school, Tennessee.

As you may know by now, McMillan is the No. 1 linebacker in his class, and Clemson has long been high on his list. He was in Death Valley last week to watch the Tigers beat up the Citadel. This upcoming week, he’ll be in Gainesville to visit the Gators.


The dual-threat QB Lloyd, who committed to Coach Cut’s program back in June, will sign and enroll early with the Blue Devils. Lloyd is a three-star prospect, by the way.


Burt is only a junior, but the four-star wideout has gotten a ton of interest/offers from a variety of big time programs: LSU, Miami, and Auburn. However, FSU has one huge advantage going for them in Burt’s recruitment - he lives in their backyard, Tallahassee. Currently, the Seminoles lead for him.

You wondered if Florida’s struggles on the field would affect the Gators in recruiting? Dalvin Cook’s likely change of heart may be an initial answer.


This applies to other schools than just UNC, but the Tar Heels are in good shape with the top prospect, Brandon Ingram.

The interest between Vaughn and UNC has seemingly decreased in recent months, but there’s still something there as Vaughn continues to list North Carolina. But for now, he’s at UNLV, which has been getting a lot of buzz recently.

UNC picked up an interesting “commitment” yesterday. Ty Linton committed to UNC out of high school, went to training camp, and then left to play minor league baseball. He’s done with baseball, so now he’s back to Carolina.


Knox is a big - 6-5, 270 - three-star OT; He was in Raleigh last weekend to visit the Wolfpack, and liked what he saw, especially the facilities. He has a visit scheduled for the first week of December at Auburn. Louisville appears to be his favorite, though.



Daniels notes that Kaleb Joseph - a four-star PG - played very well in the showcase, including a 37-point performance. Joseph committed to the Cuse back in August.